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Step 2: lath wood

In this step you will need: lath wood ,spray paint, sander.

Many people say that lath wood is Unsandible, yes i just make that word up, but people say is can not be done. I disagree, it cant be done if you are not using a circular sander.

so lets get started

When you get your lath wood you will notice it is not straight, this is Ok lath is no lath is.
First sand your wood until smooth do this for all of them (ONLY ONE SIDE NEEDS TO BE SANDED) now take your lath and put it under the pencil mark. REMEMBER LATH IS NOT STRAIGHT SO PUT THE LATH UP TO THE LINE UNTIL IT STARTS TO BEND THEN MARK IT AND CUT IT AND DO NOT DISCARD THE THE LEFT OVER WOOD SIMPLY PUT IT RIGHT NEXT TO THE PIECE YOU CUT IT FROM AND KEEP GOING UNTIL YOU FIRST LAYER IS DONE. YOU ARE NAILING IT TO THE WALL.
I am apparently missing a few things. What did you use for the white screen? oor is that the back of the blackout cloth?
What did you use for the white screen? Was it the wood itself?
blackout cloth
Good job on this. I've installed many full home A/V systems and one of the more popular trends that a lot of owners are going to is a wall painted with screen paint. It can range from $50-$500 a gallon depending on what your looking for in the screen, Some of the paint even has fine ground quartz sand mixed into it so that when dried the crystal of the sand reflects the colors more vividly. <br> <br>Your can do a search on Google for &quot;Home theater screen paint&quot; and it will come up with the different manufactures of the paint. You can also do a search for &quot;Projection screen paint&quot; on Ebay.
My wife and I are looking into doing the same project. My mother-in-law goes to goodwill all the time and gives us these really big picture frames with glass. Instead of hurting her feelings and throwing them out, i was wondering that since the glass is a very flat surface with no imperfections. Can't I just paint over that with behr silver screen paint?........any feedback would be great <br><br><br>Thanks
I beleve its worth a shot let me know of the results.
Safety.<br><br>Your really shouldn't be doing this in bare feet.<br><br>Cool project. Congrats.
hi<br><br>
hi
How well did the curtain backing material reflect your projector's light?<br>And can you post some images of it in use?
Honestly, I don't quiet understand your instructions. Is it a white lath wood already? Which step do you spray the paint? But thanks anyway for sharing.<br />
i sanded and then i painted srry will fix later at school now